Patient Care

  • Healthcare Disparities Panel via Zoom

    Hosted by the John Chambers College of Business and Economics' Diversity, Inclusion, Culture and Equity (DICE) Committee, in partnership with scholars at the Health Sciences Center, the Healthcare Disparities Panel aims to begin dialogues around healthcare inequities and disparities.

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  • WVU Day of Giving set for March 3

    WVU Day of Giving set for March 3

    As West Virginia University and its students face unprecedented challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mountaineer Nation is invited to show its support Wednesday, March 3, to mark WVU’s fourth Day of Giving.

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  • In The Spotlight

  • 2021 Coach Bob Huggins Fish Fry

    2021 Coach Bob Huggins Fish Fry

    The annual Bob Huggins Fish Fry supports both the Norma Mae Huggins Endowment at the WVU Cancer Institute and Remember the Miners’ flagship scholars program. Each year, nearly 1,500 fans and friends gather to enjoy good company, great eats, and to support these worthy causes. To ensure this support does not waiver in 2021, and in keeping with COVID guidelines, the in-person event has been shifted to a cutting-edge virtual experience. Join us online for an entertaining evening, complete with special presentations, auctions, and exclusive commentary. The star-studded special guest lineup includes Founder and President of Barstool Sports Dave Portnoy, ESPN analyst Fran Fraschilla, WVU great Da’Sean Butler and many others to be announced!

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  • ‘No such thing as a little bit of pain:’ More cancer patients could benefit from rehabilitation, WVU researcher says

    ‘No such thing as a little bit of pain:’ More cancer patients could benefit from rehabilitation, WVU researcher says

    Cancer treatment isn’t just a matter of shrinking or removing a tumor. It also involves preserving or improving the patient’s quality of life. Rehabilitation services—such as behavioral therapies to alleviate pain and exercise to reduce fatigue—are a valuable way to do that. But they often aren’t included in cancer patients’ plans of care.

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